System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £6.99
Comfort Rating: Yellow
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 70
Description: The great war ended by a ceasefire after the desolation of the earth. Only a very small population of people were living safely behind the walls of self-governed cities which appeared after the breakdown of the countries. While cities were guarded by the walls, outland was under the control of a doomsday cult which was led by a stranger man named Marius. As an individualist, Marius convinced groups to act against the cities. His idea spread quickly due to the post-war conjunctures.
The only transportation way is being used between the cities was the railroad. All the resource trade is made with highly armoured diesel trains called “The Dreadnought”s. Our character takes his place in a dreadnought by joining the “regiment”.
Review: ‘Diesel Express VR’ is an action game that sees you riding a train car and trying to stop people from stealing the fuel. Its all very much MadMax style, with a wartime feel to it, essential when it comes to the choice of handguns. While it is not as good as ‘Thirst VR‘ (which is almost the same style of game) there is something to be enjoyed here. I do wish the action parts of the game were ramped up and there were more things to see and do, but for just £3.49 (the price I paid for this in a sale) I feel it was worth a download, however, I don’t think I would feel the same if I had paid full price for it.